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Rockwood Headgate #2 under construction, building a trestle to divert water through the headgate, Colonia Ladrillera, Mexico (vicinity), 1906
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Scope/Content: [Caption, section 3:] View of the Rockwood Headgate -- construction, diversion of water through it, development of weaknesses and failure. January 1, 1906 to October 11, 1906. [Written:] 817-1027
Scope/Content: [Caption below photograph:] Starting trestle for dam to divert water through Rockwood Headgate, March -- 1906. This work was abandoned until [sic] after the annual spring Colorado flood.
Scope/Content: The Rockwood head-gate was located next to the lower, Mexican, intake, four miles south of the international border. It was a wooden, A-frame, flaskboard construction.
Irrigation canals and flumes--Design and construction
Hydraulic gates--Design and construction
Colonia Ladrillera (Mexico)
Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico)